Question about 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
I had this problem 2yrs ago and took it to a dealer. They said it was either a bad drive shaft sensor or a bad crank shaft sensor. I don't remember which. They fixed it and it was ok until recently when it started doing the same thing again. The ''check engine light'' was on both times, for a long time before the stoppage started. Is there anyway to tell which sensor is bad myself.
There is a way, first thing to do is unhook neg. battery cable lieve it off for about 15 to 20 minutes this will erase any codes that are stored in the computer and light will go off, than hook cable back up, start car and drive until light comes on again, when light comes on take to autozone and have it scaned, that should tell you witch one it is, or what the problem is.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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